Moses Rudasunikwa, who lost many of his siblings, cousins, aunts, uncles and other extended family members in the 1994 Rwandan genocide, will be the guest speaker during the 2nd Annual Walk Against Genocide beginning at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 7 at the Campus of the San Antonio Jewish Community, 12500 N. W. Military Highway.
During the past several years, I've had the pleasure to meet a number of passionate young people involved in nonprofit startups. The face of the next generation nonprofit leader is changing--as well it should. These nonprofit entrepreneurs are creative, collaborative, and looking to challenge the way nonprofits have been doing business. They are certain their ideas can make positive changes in our community and are working hard to make it happen.
The San Antonio AIDS Foundation (SAAF) is most widely known for their services of HIV prevention and skilled nursing/hospice but there is more to SAAF services. Many are not aware that SAAF (pronounced, safe) offers a Hot Meals Program that offers free meals - breakfast lunch and dinner - 365 days a year to those infected with HIV. Recently SAAFs Hot Meals Program launched an extension called Nourishing SAAF-Chef of the Month Project where each month an area chef offers their time and talents to prepare a special culinary delight to HIV/AIDS